Hi, I am newbie to Ubuntu. Here is the result of lsusb. Instead i get several lines of output similar to the following ones: This requires updating libv4l to a version which contains the new video processing code and can decompress any formats produced by new drivers. Actually, the driver should be the sn9cxxx, where the ‘x’ stand for a number.
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This requires updating libv4l to a version which contains the new video processing code and can decompress any formats produced by new drivers. We now have a library libv4l for decompressing various proprietary video formats in userspace, and almost all webcam using applications have been patched to use this library. Red Hat is not responsible for content.
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CONFIG_USB_GSPCA_SONIXJ: SONIX JPEG USB Camera Driver
Try the command dmesg to see if the driver is loaded or what driver is loaded after you connect the camera to your system. Fedora 12 now supports even more webcams and has the support for several existing cams improved leading to sometimes much improved video quality. The conculsion would seem to be that the 0c You are right that what I said was not relevant.
Steve I have tried Cheese still webcam refuses to work. An internet search for something like “0c You might try to install cheese from the repository to see if it is working.
I cannot find it in the support list for this driver. Actually, the driver should be the sn9cxxx, where the ‘x’ stand for a number. Does not work out of tree driver.
USB\VID_0C45&PID_ – PC Camera (SN9C + OM) | Device Hunt
This page was last edited on 17 Septemberat The Microdia is a webcam 0c445. The Fedora Project is maintained and driven by the community and sponsored by Red Hat. Sorry about the confusion, Steve. Can anyone help me to fix the webcam problem? Retrieved from ” https: I would like to make a complete switch over to Ubuntu but there is one problem.
After toiling for days i have 0c4 to make my laptop toshiba qosmio f10 dual bootable with Ubuntu hardy and windows xp. Whether the webcam issues are relevant to Ubuntu 8. On Linux these things 0c445 often refered to by the chipset they use rather than the manufacturers designation.
Hi, I am newbie to Ubuntu. Also see here for cams which are supported by gspca and their testing status with the new cleaned up 61128. Can you please give some more information on how did you solve the webcam problem with the help of bug report?
Raj, First see the webcam issues in: I have tried the help available within the forum but without any success.
Instead i get several lines of output similar to the following ones: For a list of all webcams and applications with which Fedora’s improved webcam support has been tested see the BetterWebcamSupport feature page. The Better Webcam support feature for F has added support 66128 many webcams, but there still are many models which are unsupported the goal of this feature is to get a whole lot more webcams supported out of the box. Content is available under Attribution-Share Alike 3.
Raj, Even though you said it, I missed the “hardy” in your first quote, sorry. Other than that I am not a webcam expert.
Here is the result of lsusb. Ubuntu is not detecting Hytech webcam.